Sunday February 23, 2020

Hibernia Reit in high court action over Garda command centre

No new accommodation for 500 people at Harcourt Square

8th July, 2016
Hibernia Reit bought the offices at Harcourt Square last year for around 70 million

Private investment firm Hibernia Reit has launched High Court proceedings against the Office of Public Works in an ongoing row about Harcourt Square where the garda command and control is based.

Last month, Hibernia were granted phase two planning permission to build new offices and revamp the 1.9 acre city centre site.

However, there has been a circuit court filing by the OPW looking to extend leases on the premises over concerns that no alternative accommodation...

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